Thornlands sits between the suburbs of Cleveland to the north and Victoria Point to the South. Its eastern shore abuts the beautiful Moreton Bay. There are 2 distinct areas of Thornlands,being the older established area which sits more to the west, whilst the newer areas sit towards the east close to the Bay. Many of the old small crop farms have been turned into new residential areas with still much land available for future development. Although Thornlands has no major shopping precincts, there is in both adjoining suburbs of Cleveland and Victoria Point, large and well established complexes. The area is well serviced by many parklands and has a large Koala population in the Eprapah Creek Reserve and surrounds. Although there is no major transport hubs, there is in the adjoining suburbs. Both Private and public schools are well catered for. It is also home to a couple of marina's at the top of Eprapah Creek where there are many services supplied for the avid boatie.
The 2011 census showed that 91% of the residents in Thornlands spoke English as their first language, whilst the average age was 38 which is 1 year above the national average. The area is mostly home to young families.
There is a also a good mix of accomodation with 78% being owner occupied, whilst 22% are renting their homes from Investors.
We manage many properties for Investors throughout the suburb of Thornlands.
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